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Federal Ban On PFAs In Cosmetics Could Ensure National Uniformity; It Also Could Drive Litigation

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While studies are limited regarding the human health effects of PFAS in cosmetic products, efforts to prohibit their use continue gaining steam at the state and federal levels, which could lead to increased litigation.

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